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Research highlights on LabEx TULIP website

Research highlights on LabEx TULIP website

Since 2016, these Research highlights, chosen by the scientific council, are written by the communication of LabEx TULIP.
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Trends in Ecology & Evolution - The Conundrum of Heterogeneities in Life History Studies

Trends in Ecology & Evolution - The Conundrum of Heterogeneities in Life History Studies

In a review published last November in Trends in Ecology & Evolution, Emmanuelle Cam and collaborators critically analyze the methods used to test...
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Cell Host & Microbe - Positive Gene Regulation

Cell Host & Microbe - Positive Gene Regulation by a Natural Protective miRNA Enables Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis

Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis, a plant-fungal mutualistic relationship, is regulated by the miR171 family. Couzigou et al. discover that miR171b...
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PLoS Pathogens - EfpR and Ralstonia solanacearum

PLoS Pathogens - EfpR, a dual regulator of virulence and metabolic functions in Ralstonia solanacearum

Experimental evolution of the plant pathogen Ralstonia solanacearum, where bacteria were maintained on plant lineages for more than 300 generations,...
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eLIFE - A non canonical subtilase / Arabidopsis thaliana

eLIFE - A non canonical subtilase attenuates the transcriptional activation of defence responses in Arabidopsis thaliana

LIPM researchers identified an atypical protease of the subtilase family [SBT5.2(b)] that attenuates the transcriptional activation of plant defence...
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Ecology Letters - Biodiversity and ecosystem stability across scales in metacommunities

Ecology Letters - Biodiversity and ecosystem stability across scales in metacommunities

Although diversity–stability relationships have been extensively studied in local ecosystems, the global biodiversity crisis calls for an improved...
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Plant Physiology - The Symbiosis-Related ERN Transcription Factors Act

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Legumes improve their mineral nutrition through nitrogen-fixing root nodule symbioses with soil rhizobia. Rhizobial infection of legumes is regulated...
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Ecology & Evolution - Towards a mechanistic approach

Ecology & Evolution - Towards a mechanistic approach of the adaptive response to climate changes

Understanding how organisms cope with environmental change in general and in particular global change is a major scientific challenge. The molecular...
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Science - The predator-prey power law: Biomass scaling across terrestrial and aquatic biomes

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Despite the huge diversity of ecological communities, they can have unexpected patterns in common. Hatton et al. describe a general scaling law that...
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